EMail Indexer Tool by Practical Programs, Inc. Provides
the Ability to Capture Every Project Email Automatically
Users of Dv TDM from Practical Programs can now use
Dv Email Indexer to automatically import project specific
e-mails into the document repository using project rules
and/or a project specific e-mail address.
(PRWEB) November 7,
2007 -- With the release of Dv Email Indexer users of Dv
TDM can now use a variety of configurable filtering methods
to automatically import and route e-mails to a specific searchable
record in Dv TDM (Practical Programs' core document management
software) The e-mails and their associated attachments are
indexed and stored in the document management system so they
can be quickly retrieved by a variety of user search tools
including content search.
Dv TDM users have always been able to store e-mails in the
document management application but getting them classified
and in the right place has now gotten a lot easier and more
efficient. Storing e-mails in the application is necessary
for two reasons.
1) All project data has to be stored in one place for efficient
access and distribution. 2) Searching becomes instantaneous
because e-mails and their associated attachments are indexed
along with all other project documents.
Practical Programs representative Richard Bates said, "our
goal is to help clients store all project information in
one location so they do not have to look in multiple applications.
The Dv Email Indexer is the final piece of the puzzle because
even attachments can be indexed and users don't have to worry
about adding emails to the system."
The Dv Email Indexer is an application that works seamlessly
with the Dv TDM application. The system administrator sets
up each project by assigning a project e-mail independent
of any e-mail client or by setting up rules to route the
emails. E-mails can also be routed to a very specific location
so all project data can be stored in one location.
Practical Programs, Inc. is based in Houston, TX, and provides
specialized tools related to the implementation of Engineering
Document Management Systems.